saccades


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saccades

Rapid intermittent eye movements made as the attention switches from one point to another.
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A recent analysis by Nuthmann, Engbert, and Kliegl (2005) suggests that more than 10% of saccades miss their intended target.
2000) demonstrated primary involvement of the fronto-parietal areas was implicated in both saccades and covert attention utilizing a modified pre-cuing design.
Zelinsky and Sheinberg (1995) attempted to model reaction time in serial and parallel search tasks (Treisman & Gormican, 1988) using eye movement characteristics such as the number of saccades and their fixation duration.
Saccades and search patterns are realized with prespecified control time histories (topic 1 earlier), and view fixation on moving objects and inertial stabilization are achieved with proper feedback of visual or inertial signals (topic 2).
If I see something curious, say, a white flower in the moonlight, my saccades become narrowly focused immediately around the target.
Cranial nerve examination was notable for saccadic pursuit movements of gaze, hypometric saccades, and mild facial diplegia.
Tension and straining affect the saccades movements, making them slow down or become jerky.
Eye tracking raw and event data (fixations, saccades, pupil dilation etc.
Le restant de sa complainte etait destine, par saccades, tantot au ministre de la Sante, tantot a la majorite, aussi bien l'actuelle que la precedente.
The diagnostic program includes tests to assess heterophorias, fixation disparity, fusional vergence, suppression, motor fields, pursuits, and saccades.
Eye movement features such as saccades, fixations and blinks can be measured using Electrooculography.